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- n. the movement of an element from its normal place to one at the end, or near the end, of a sentence
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Neither can you use front extraposition to topicalise in English as you can in Putongua.
Quantity implies a distinction of parts, extension adds extraposition, i.e. the placing of part outside of part; hence it will be seen that, in a strict sense, material beings do not necessarily postulate extension.